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10 and a half minutes, captured from the Mixdoctor’s show o­n Solar Radio sometime in 1986. Lovely quality clean stereo signal, by the way. Herbie Hancock’s Rockit is the bricks and mortar of this fast clip mastermix from the master craftsman. Get out the lino and Mr Sheen for this o­ne. I’ve not found this o­n any Disco Mix Club so maybe it wasn’t. Sublime sounds when Les mixes ‘What I’ve Got’ with “Common People’; it blends like fresh cream spiraling into black coffee. Tracklist: Herbie Hancock Rockit Man Parrish Hip Hop Be Bop Grandmaster Flash and Melle Mel White Lines Frankie Goes To Hollywood Relax Yazoo Situation Marvin Gaye Sexual Healing Michael Jackson Thriller Boney M Ma Baker Bambaataa Peace Unity Love James Brown Funky President Ray Parker Jnr Ghostbusters Ollie and Jerry There’s no Stopping Us Shannon Let The Music Play Kraftwerk Newcleus Jam On It Mr Vitamino feat Da Force What I’ve got Paul Young Love of the Common People Frankie Goes To Hollywood Two Tribes Whiz Kid Play That Beat Miami Sound Machine Dr Beat Freeez I.O.U. Skys The Limit Reach To The Top Sister Sledge Lost in Music. Lost the rest due to an unfortunate record button mishap.

KISS FM – CUT AND SPLICE DOWNLOAD MP3 Almost 10 minutes, recorded from London pirate Kiss 94fm sometime in 1986. This I know nothing about, the title and artist are unknown. It’s less crossfaded, more cut and splice, very New Yorky, possibly circa 1982. Very Big Apple Production volume 1. Could this be the original volume 1? I’ll take a guess it’s a Shep Pettibone creation. Tell me I’m wrong if you know better. Colin will know. Tracklist includes: Freeez I O U Hashim Al-Naayfish Miami Sound Machine Can You Feel The Beat and the very fine Baby Talk by Alisha.

CUT CHEMIST – LESSON 4 DOWNLOAD MP3Five and a half minutes. OK, we continue with this high quality classic from Lucas McFadden AKA Cut Chemist. He picks up the baton from Double D and Steinski and brings you a smooth selection of inspired breaks, expert sample overdubs and pin point turntablism.  £300 seems to be the quoted value for an original vinyl copy, distinguished by the words “Hip hop smoothed out o­n the hip hop tip with a hip hop appeal to it” etched into the run-off groove. And I don’t have o­ne. I got this version from the goldmine Scratchmasters Vol.3 CD, twelve sparkling tracks tracing the history of the scratch mastermix, a bit like this site. If you want the CD, get it from Amazon by clicking here, cos I get about 50p commision. Thank you, that will keep me in Butterscotch Angel Delight for another week. Tracklist: Fearless Four Fat Boys Grandmaster Flash Spoonie Gee plus much more.

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